Red Bull boss Christian Horner concedes all it will take is one little mistake for the pecking order to be overturned in 2014.
Next season the sport will undergo a major revamp as the new engine regulations come into play with 1.6-litre turbocharged V6s replacing the current V8s.
But while Red Bull's rivals are hoping the changes will bring an end to Sebastian Vettel's domination, Horner believes his team has what it takes to not only cope but thrive under the new regulations.
He does, however, concedes that there are no guarantees.
"Somebody's got to get it right and somebody's got to get it wrong," Horner told Sky Sports Online.
"It's the one element that nobody will know...
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